Haus - Yosemite / Sierra - Mountain Cabin Lodging
COVID-19 Policy Notification
Evergreen Haus, we are continuously monitoring the development of
COVID-19. Our number one priority is the well-being, health, and safely
of our guests and ourselves. Therefore, we are following our California
state & local Madera county health department's guidance per the
CDC guidelines with regards to our operations here at the cabin lodge
that are impacted by this unprecedented global pandemic.
that California has moved from phase 2 to phase 3, short-term rentals
in Madera County have been authorized to finally reopen, but with
strict new hotel / motel guidelines / restrictions. Now that our cabin
lodge is reopen and operating within this COVID-19 'new normal', our
guests' safety is our main priority and we are taking every precaution
in order to ensure that. We have set-up new COVID-19 plans, procedures,
and routines in place, to keep all of our guests safe and healthy
during their stays at our cabin lodge. We would like to share the
following information with you.
to our business because of COVID-19:
1. The following amenities will be
temporarily closed / unavailable for our guest' use during their stays:
All interior shared common areas ( & coinciding services typically
available inside of them) - Great room, full kitchen, ( no more free
breakfast items / drinks available for guests to help themselves to
either, until these restrictions are lifted ), laundry room, &
outdoor propane BBQ grill.
2. We have removed non-essential items from our cabin rooms
that cannot be sanitized properly (i.e. - decorative pillows, magazines,
books, etc.). Only items that can be sanitized properly between uses
have been left (i.e. - cabin room info binder with plastic cover,
coffee cups, etc). Free coffee, creamers, sugar / sweetener packs
will still be included to be used with the individual coffee makers
in each cabin room. Mini-frig's are also still included for guest
use in each cabin room.
3. Cabin room turn downs will not be performed during guests
stays while present, only in between guests stays. Let us know if
trash is needed to be removed from cabin rooms.
4. If you encounter a maintenance issue, we will evaluate if
an essential service is needed immediately before we assist. Any cabin
room maintenance will not be performed when guests are present. If
it is not essential, any will be addressed after guests' check-outs.
we do at our cabin lodge for securing the safety of our guests:
follow the requirements of state & local county health agencies
per CDC guidelines.
cleaning and hygiene protocols.
reservations are spaced out 48 hours minimum between guest stays in
all online reservation software / listing calendars.
self screening for COVID-19 symptoms before starting work everyday.
will maintain 6 ft distance from guests, wear N95 mask, & gloves.
will frequently & thoroughly wash their hands.
sanitizer and disinfecting wipes will be placed in common areas for
sanitizer, sanitizing wipes, antibacterial hand soap (gel & bar
soaps), & antibacterial body wash are provided in each of the
guests' cabin room bathrooms for guest use. Please use only what's
needed during cabin stays, as disinfecting wipes, toilet paper, cleaning
/ disinfectant supplies, etc. continue to be in short supply, so if
possible, bring what you can from home.
are posted throughout to remind guests of appropriate physical distancing,
to wash hands frequently and thoroughly, and to stay home if they
are showing signs of illness.
Haus' COVID-19 Cleaning Policies:
5-in-1 Air purifying System (high CADR performance circulates 4x per
hour) w/ HEPA 99.7% Filter treated with Anti-Microbial Agent / Carbon
Filter / UV-C light will be run in each cabin room between guest stays.
aired out between each new guest.
cabin room turn downs begin 24 hours after each guest check-out.
will wear N95 masks, nitrile gloves / apron while turning cabin rooms
cabin room linens washed with laundry sanitizer between each new guest
(only, no room turn down services throughout guest stays).
pillow cases, comforter / shams, & blankets.
Allergen proof mattress & pillow protectors.
decorative pillows have been removed.
is collected in a washable laundry bag.
appliances in the room are cleaned / disinfected between each new
guest (i.e. - Coffee makers, mini-fridges).
furniture in each cabin room are cleaned / disinfected during housekeeping
between each new guest, (i.e. - nightstands, cabinet handles, chairs,
tables, clothes hangers, luggage racks, etc.).
touchable surfaces in the room are cleaned / disinfected during housekeeping
between each new guest, (i.e. - door handles, door locks, room keys,
light switches, fan chains, window handles, chains & toggles,
TV remotes, hairdryers, sinks, toilets, bath & shower areas, info
soft surfaces that are unable to be washed (i.e. - carpets, curtains,
fabric / cloth furniture, etc.) sanitized with Bullen AirX Spray N
Go Disinfectant Cleaner Virucide Formula per US EPA Guidelines.
CleanWave UV-C Light Sanitizing Wand used over porous soft surfaces
(i.e. - carpets, curtains, fabric / cloth furniture, etc.).
cleaning appliances are cleaned between each room cleaning.
cleaner equipped with HEPA filter & is emptied and wiped clean
inside and outside with disinfectant wipes.
& Dryer units are wiped down between each use.
& Fridge are wiped down between each use.
/ disinfecting wth EPA approved products for sanitization.
areas are frequently disinfected, ( i.e. - door handles, light switches,
outdoor patio, furniture, etc.).
each guest check in.
thing in the morning.
thing at night.
What guests can do for us:
continue practicing physical distancing by maintaining a 6 foot distance
from yourself and other guests &/or staff.
your nose & mouth in public is now mandatory in California. You
can use a cloth mask, bandana, or scarf. Please plan on carrying one
with you at all times and be ready to wear it when required. As part
of our business safety measures, please wear one if in contact with
other guests & staff.
encourage guests to frequently wash their hands with soap and warm
water for 20 seconds &/or use hand sanitizer.
don't congregate. No social gatherings of more than 5 people.
you are sick & experience respitory symptoms like a cough or a
fever, stay home; avoid others by self isolating. Seek medical care
ahead, know what to expect:
From business to business, guests may find different guidelines and
rules in place, so we urge them to be prepared by calling ahead. From
understanding what kind of enhanced cleaning and safety measures have
been put in place, to knowing face masks / coverings requirements
and if able to dine in or if services are limited to curb side pickup,
calling ahead will allow guests to be fully prepared.
We encourage all guests to refer to the following resources for the
(Center for Disease Control and Prevention) travel guidelines:
Department of Public Health:
County Health Department:
Hotel & Lodging Association:
Resource Center / CoronaVirus updates:
Yosemite National Park COVID-19 Operations:
Entry Requires Reservations
Reservations are required to enter Yosemite for day and overnight
trips. For reservations and information, visit NPS.gov/yose
into Yosemite? You need a reservation, whether you're going for a
few hours, a full day, or an overnight trip. This temporary system
is in place to ensure the park can safely welcome visitors while preventing
the spread of COVID-19.
can enter with:
park camping, lodging, or vacation rentals
or Half Dome permits
transit or tour groups
Safety in Yosemite
a face covering when in contact with other people
at least 6 feet from others on trails and in public spaces
hands often for at least 20 seconds with soap and water